The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1882

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The Sailors' Union have boycotted a shoemaker who has cut down the wages of his workmen.

The schr. Anglo Saxon has cleared from Garden Island for Toledo, where she will load timber.

The str. Champion has cleared for Montreal with four barges carrying 20,000 bush. wheat; 20,000 bush. peas, and 450 tons phosphate.

The propeller Celtic left last night for Montreal with general cargo. Her officers are Capt. Geo. T. Malcomson; mate Rob't Delaney; first engineer, Walter Scott; purser, Chas. H. Taylor.

The first fleet has arrived from Chicago with corn. The vessels made good time. The season, between here and far distant American ports, is now opened, and a good trade is anticipated.


Prop. Glenfinlas, Montreal, pass. and fgt.

Prop. Persia, Montreal, pass. and fgt.

Prop. Armenia, Ogdensburg, pass. and fgt.

Str. Algerian, Montreal, pass. and fgt.

Prop. Celtic, Hamilton, pass. and fgt.

Schr. Prince Alfred, Charlotte, light.

Schr. A.G. Ryan, Oswego, 241 tons coal.

Schr. Forest Queen, Fairhaven, light.

Prop. Shickluna, Chicago, 4,500 bu. corn.

Prop. Prussia, Owen Sound, 5,313 wheat.

Barge Toronto, Belleville, 19,000 wheat.

Barge Colborne, Brockville, 17,000 peas.

Schr. Cataract, Tryconnell, 14,661 wheat.

Schr. J.R. Noyes, Chicago, 20,950 corn.

Schr. Ida Walker, Port Hope, 12,984 peas.

Schr. Samania, Chicago, 19,202 corn.

Str. Gipsy, Ottawa, pass. and fgt.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), May 8, 1882